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Charles Town, West Virginia
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May 28, 1959

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OF JEFFERSON r Rrl RS ADVOCATE Deaths and Funeralsl ~ELLIS WEBSTER eran Church, The Reverend Job: services were held Tues AT. Grissinger. Jr. ...... )n at 2:30 from the Mrs. Mohler, wioow oz me 1are ,rider Colonial Funer- Eugene Mohler, died 6:30 Sa,tuz'- Frank Ellis Webster day evening at her home in New- aPularily known a.~ port News, Va. She was a daugh- died Sunday at 1'50 tar of the late Jacob and Julia ~arles Town General Derr. Surviving are .one daug:h.ter -'re he ~had been a pa ..... Mrs Green Morgan of Newport nut three weeks The News and four sisters, Mrs. M. L. 'P. Hauser rector of Ronemus of Newport News; Mrs. Pal churc~ and the J. E. Stanley and Mrs. Earl L. Wheeler of ,the ChildBane of Charles Town and Mrs. cilicia.ted Burial was Amos Kibler of Hager.%own. ge Hill Cemetery "Services were held in Trinity was born in Char Lut'heran Church in Newport 24 1894 a son of News Monday af,ternoon a,t 3:30 Dallas and Car- and the body was broug'ht ta The Webster of Charles Melvi,n T. Strider Colonial Funer- s a member of the al Home Tuesday at noon where i Independent Fire friends were received Ior viewing a veteran of World before going to Elmwood for bur- 'Owned and operated ial. In Charles Town for -~ ZmPalred health for-HUGH B. CARPER . ement. ~,r sA graves|de service for Hugh ~?~e his wife, ~,,r.. Braxton Carper, 70, who died Aiay boreas Webster at 13 i,n t,he hospital at Weston, W. 1 North Mildred St.; Va. was conducted Saturday af- rs_, Lacy, West Con- ,ternoon in Green Hill Cemetery. r. D. Webster, WestBerryville. ~; and Gordon Y'aiz'- A resident of Bakez~on, W. Va. en, ts, Nort.h George .Mr. Carper was born in Berry- Mrs. JimmJe Dun vllle, a son of the late John R. ; and three s,te!a-,and Sallie Levi Carper. Nell and Burton Mr. Carper was a resident of WaShington for about 50 years ---~ wthere" he was manager of the Be- A. MADISON t~hesda branch of t~he Ju,Hus Lans- Tow]~. Each plan is based on a soils map showi,ng the type of soil, slope and degree of erosion now present. Using this informat,ion as a gu,ide a written record is ,Vhen made for each field showing t,he planned 1,and use, how the field will be treated and 'any conserva- tion measures needed. If possible ,the time o,f carry!.ng ou:t :the var- ious practices is included to in- sure an order'ly establ,is~hment of all planned activities. Legi Four County Youths For S)a)emC2 Pu ta t Raymond W. S " , j n of Jackson-Perks Pos,t No. 71, The American Legion is proud to an- nounce that the following boys have bee,n chosen to attend Moun taineer Boys State to be held on June 7, 1959 througT~ June 1:3, 1959 at Jackson's Mill, Wes.ton, W. Va.; from Harpers Ferry High School, Benjamin Jones and Ver- non Webb; from Ch.arles Town High School, Charles Wayne Brew er and Charles Richard Langdon Jr. Each year four boys are chosen two from Harpers Perry High School a,nd t~wo from Charles Town High School. These boys are chosen from ~he junior class and h,ave the highest rating according to their scholarship, extra curric- ular Activities, community activ- i.ty and character Ira,its. Boys State is a sponsored Leg- ion Leadership and Citizenship School a which the boy's selt up their own Municipal County and ,eondqcted Wed- burgh F~arniture Company and S'tate Government i.n order that Art Funeral Chapel 1,afar was wit:h Peoples Drug .10hey may become more familiar hut ilVl:adison, 31, Stores. ~e was a memoer of Wasn ,witCh different governments and t of World War II of ington Centennia'l Lodge 14 AF & !thereby become bet, ter citizens for who d,ied suddenly A~, Silver Spring. .the fu:ture., [oUndsvil,le. The Rev. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ls officio,ted for the Bessie Whelm ore Carper and a w t q.. ~* * a. m. with'burial in number of neices and nephews, u0yle lellS hlWanlS raetery Bolivar The ~ ER w vn VFW Post con- MRS BESSIE HUMM ~| L A kl .... tl---k.. ~Side military rites (Mrs Bessie May Furr Hummer ~IU~ ~[ [~l~dJ~[ ]v]~0~ S ebano,n, Pa. Aug. 27, 72 of 'Charles Town died Wednes' a son of Wilmer Robday in the Charles Town General~l-,**|m~ ~,,M I~ml,~|&~ ta Belle Akers Mad|- Hospi,tal. She was the widow ofYU||||~ WU| LA~|V||~ W, illiam Thornon Hummer. are his mother, nowShe was born in Bluemon,t, Va. Members of Vhe Charles Town s Davis o.f Leetown" a daughter of Clinton Fun" and Kiwanis C'lub meeting in regular faynesboro VR.' ~woKatie Ashby Furr. diinner session Thursday evening, ~._ Waynes'boro;' .two Survivors include five children, May 21 at the Thomas Jefferson i DOlly ~Madison and Willi,am Garvin Hummer of BerryHotel, heard ~tn interesting evalk e ~Iadison Waynes- vi'He Va." Mrs. Aline Stickles of by Jo'hn Doyle on Major John .r, Wilmer R. ~Madison Florida; ~Iarshall C. Hummer ofSi,ngle;ton Mosby of t~he Confeder- tf br~l/ner Jerry Way- , A~lexandria, Va.; Mrs. Dr'hal Pal- a~te Army. ...... _ ...... ~' Waynesboro i umbo of Charles Town ann Mrs Inn is L aJK Jo0yle tosu u~ ~v~o~- i Ohester WaRers of Charles Town by's daring exploi,ts during *he C~v RGARET MOHLER 1"4 grandchildren and s~x grea't- il War and how with a snraH force servic~ fnr Mrs Mar ]grandchildren. he con~t'inually ~harrassed the Fed- ~Ohier-)ormerly'fromI The funeral washeld Saturday erw! Army fo.~" four yeays._Doyle ~eetion of Jefferson a)t 1 p. m. at lahe Enoers ~,:~nerai saia aespi~e ~ne Iac5 ,tn~ me ~'eo held m,,+,~d'~v M, av [Home in Berryvi}le conducted by e~al Government offered large re- ....... a, n. in ~)mw,+f~d Ceme- ]the Rev WaHl.am N. Ramey. wards for Aiosby's capture dead ............ " " I leMstown conducted [ Bur|at was in Green Hill Ceme-.or 'al,lve, he was never apprehen- br of St 'Peter's Luth tery Berry,|lie. ded. . ...... ' ' After t'ne w.ar, MOS0y usetl his ' n of efforts ,to try and unite the court | land l it~tte Miss Debbm You g ....... " J I ~ ~ ~ ~| .............. and try OU~ 'ne clicl not~ get itoo much I unarms Town vi:s.lb~u ~vls. I~ L | ~ ~ ~ ........... it" home cooperation ,from his former com- IMrs Nelson ~oyu ub um ',, I . . fades. President Gran* admired UOrothy Bowers ~Thursclay evening. " ''ills Sr IMosby's ability and recog.nizing i Mr ano 'Mrs lYaul M ~ .... . ~ - "---" " " - : ....... re ' vne line work his former foe was Mrs A/lc ana Mrs ~aul re.ms Jr. we " .. , l~.bert Brackett ] . ,. " -" ........ on with doing for the coun*try gave him a ~0 VisH, ors ~unu,ay a zzc~nu , tlnty Va. were vlsl J ............. i- responsible positaon in t'he Gov- ~t ' "I Mrs Ethel cooper anu l~llll'ly i1 Y eveealng with All. . ern, merut. ' x_ lea Slmubs and Mr I ~ar Puzcellvdle Va and Mr and Mrs ...... ' "" "" "lton Va Major ~Mosby d,ied in the early ~u i ~ u rnn,a,man in mamr,, .... ,_ glas Bra,cket,t and [ " -" - ..... s 'Altonpart of t)his cen~uz'y after having iai,t mrs winera ~owel~ Mr . . ' . ors wit:h ~he fam-[ .. _ _. ... 7' ......... lived a long and useful hfe. ~ay were ,Mrs Mere-| muse ana ~ars. ~a, arsnau .~c~,v~y ~t was announced th.a the sale a~Id " spen~ Monaay evening wrm Mr. " family of Bruns-] ..... f mil of t.he box lunch ticke{s for the nd . ann Mrs uoug ~5owers ano a y . ~ . ' . Mxs. Clarence Kid.[ ~... ................. be.nefzt .of t~he park zs coming a- e era returned to his home w t ..... s Hough and daugh | ..... Fh .that oyez" 500 tickets would be en ...... "I ~hem ai%er spenaing one Gay w ~ ._ ry Grey o~ ~narms ! ,., ..... ~ ~.a oun(t Mr and Mrs sofa. . ....... Thursday afternoon I Muse Burns ~uyet~ m~roaucea ~:agar 'of Mp wmiam Hoar | ...' .......... Ridgeway as his gues~t Dr Van 1 o. ,..,, mr ancl mrs ~+ennem &nuers " " " rothv B~,,,ors | . : .. - . Meter announced t)hat next week ~. : ...... I anti lamlly oI wanson were VIS1- :+t)~.~ t'*~,,+, ...... ~,4 ~,, hr~.t ~ t,ha AC ,_~ Vivia,n RanalH of|,ors Sunday af, ternoon at ~he .~ ...... ~. "."2: .... .L~L,_~ ~ ~,~7 I~ Tuesday at the ]home ,of Mrs. Anders' parents Air. ~vedmen~ gem~,~ S':hoo~eal~g 2~..and Mrs.Nelson I and Mrs. Bern,ard Ott. ;;,{)~, *ho,ir ~,orents 17 in a'll ~llair,, near Hal'lcown[ Mrs. J. R. Costello. d,aughter ........ ~" .......... ~llreats WIr. and Airs. |Miss Charlol~te Costello and Wh-. ~ l~ * t. #*~ Zm 'atgended the grad]Nelson Boyd were in Martinsburg U0|]V ~4~{]|~0~ ~|U~ ~es a~t Union Theolo [ on Thursday Where they had ap- a ---- ~Y In Richmond, Va./pointmenCs wi,th an eye doctor, a~ , ~ ~ , ~ lk~ .- oal.as was a member ~ Mrs David Penwell and child- ]~1~II1' K||llflll~T ~l~n~ ~Uatln " .-.UVl+.., ~,uw21,,. .,w,.., :~j g class and Rev. [ren David and Judy, Mrs. Earl .r.t~. ~llkin received a de-[Peaoher and sons Clif~on and' AI I~= w ~=t rt : ;i~t~ll ~'!~e~'ehael S. Oo~ta ]~Ineet?~te~deda}eyUdngSC~U~h:~ck ror ratr Mower ~now ;L~ )~z Coudersport Pc. l ivar .Met.'hodist Church mh,, ~, met~n~ of t)h~ D~llv G 73+, wi,thze]at yes I Mr+. C arles :Staub+ end Mrs Madison Garden Club was held |t~"~.~ ,too on ~a~uraay [Douglas ~racKe[,~ aria claugn,~ers Friday ovenin~ May 8 at )the ][%il x,, Uests of Mr and I visited ,Mr and Mrs Ray Jones in ,,, .... i~r-o - ~+r,,~r ~,,,o, on